• WEEK 1 - 5
  • WEEK 6 - 10
  • WEEK 11 - 14
  • WEEK 15 - 19

WEEK

HEIGHT

5 - 27 cm.

POT SIZE

7 l.

LIGHT SCHEDULE

-

PLANT DISTANCE

-

AIR HUMIDITY

50%

TEMPERATURE

24%

INFORMATION

It is the first week of cultivation of Gorilla G4, the plant has a height of 5cm and was grown in a 7L pot The plant begins to take off in week 2 and shows slight growth. Gorilla G4, shows a constant development during week 3, the lateral branches and leaves begin to show in a good way. This genetics has a good growth in week 4. It reaches a height of 15cm. At this point, it is important to note that is transplanted during week 5 to a 37L pot.

NUTRIENTS

The small plant is watered, only with water. During week 2, growth fertilizers are applied and in addition, vitamins are added that stimulate the absorption of nutrients and micro-life. By week 3 and 4 , the plant continues to be fed its respective nutrients. The Ph is 6.5. When transplanting in week 5, a carbohydrate-based root stimulant is attached to ensure good root and growth bread.

 

WEEK

HEIGHT

43 - 91 cm.

POT SIZE

37 l.

LIGHT SCHEDULE

-

PLANT DISTANCE

-

AIR HUMIDITY

50% - 60%

TEMPERATURE

27º

INFORMATION

Week 6, Gorilla G4 continues its good development. An apical pose and LST are made for the lateral branches.

Week 7, the plant has already grown to 60cm it looks strong. Silver in week 8 is stable and continues to grow with 71cm. With 81cm in the week 9, Gorilla G4, begins to occupy the pot completely, its growth has been constant and progressive. The growth continues in the week 10 and now reaches 91 cm, this incredible. It also looks large on the side, since it takes up all the space in the planter.

NUTRIENTS

Week 6 and 7. To stimulate and avoid the stress of pruning vitamins for Gorilla G4 are added. No nutrients are applied in week 8, only still water. On the week 9. The plant had shown problems with nutrients, apparently it did not like them. For the same reason it was watered with a different complete fertilizer. Of this new fertilizer, 1.3 ml / L were used so as not to over fertilize or saturate the plant with nutrients. Nutrition in week 10, continue with the minimum doses. The above is because the plant has responded in a good way and it shows that it develops well.

WEEK

HEIGHT

101 - 116

POT SIZE

37 l.

LIGHT SCHEDULE

-

PLANT DISTANCE

-

AIR HUMIDITY

50%

TEMPERATURE

27º - 32º

INFORMATION

Now in week 11, it has begun to flower, showing the first pistils. During week 12 the plant has grown from 101 to 109, being already in bloom Despite entering flowering, the plant continues to grow. Now, in week 13 he has reached 114cm in height. Temperatures have risen to 32º during week 14. This means that more water must be watered, because the plant was eating everything it had in the pot. Now watered with 4 gallons or 15L

NUTRIENTS

In the week 11. In spite of the fact that it has passed into flowering, watering is continued with the complete fertilizer and the minimum dose. It has proven to be a plant that does not consume excess nutrients.

Week 12, reducing the amount of water and only using a fertilizer, it can be seen that the plant does not consume much water, nor does it consume as many nutrients. At this time, which is week 13, a complete fertilizer based on magnesium, calcium and flowering micronutrients is added. Of this fertilizer, only the minimum dose is occupied.

Week 14 the plant receives the same nutrition as the previous days.

WEEK

HEIGHT

116 cm

POT SIZE

37 l.

LIGHT SCHEDULE

-

PLANT DISTANCE

-

AIR HUMIDITY

50%

TEMPERATURE

32º

INFORMATION

In the week 15. the rise in temperature, the plant holds up super well. Has had no problems in flowering. Gorilla G4 had been developing the flowers.

Week 16, it has exploded in a big way with dense tails full of flowers.

Week 17. This genetics continues to develop its flowers in a progressive and constant way. The flowers are gradually taking shape and getting fatter. In week 19, has fattened its flowers in a good way. I begin to prepare her for her last days of life.

NUTRIENTS

From week 15 to 18. The plant does not demand more nutrients, for the same reason it continues to feed with the minimum of fertilizers.

It is the end of the process, in week 19, we do not apply fertilizers, only irrigation with water.